The Community Spine Center is designed to provide state-of-the-art care for patients with spinal pain or dysfunction. Its goal is to create an exceptional patient, family and physician experience through the integration of key clinical services and consolidation of access points.
To learn more about the Community Spine Center and how we help patients with back pain, please call 317-621-9292.
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Meet Community Spine Center patients Harold, Kristina, Mark and Elizabeth. Watch their videos to learn about their journeys from referral to treatment and how the care provided at Community Spine Center has helped better their lives.
About Community Spine Center
Community Spine Center offers the full range of “aggressive conservative care,” including physician triage, physical therapy, imaging and access to specialty consultations. As medical director for the center, Brian S. Foley, M.D., guides the collaborative team of spine specialists providing cutting-edge, seamless patient and physician experiences.
Community Spine Center enhances spine care at Community Health Network for both physicians and patients:
- On-site physical therapy and imaging are available for expedited care.
- The center uses an electronic medical record (EMR) system to quickly report back to the referring physician. Dr. Foley provides full-time medical directorship and is available for consultation by phone or pager during the week.
- The center's care navigator facilitates the flow of information between the health care providers and the patient and family; this person also assists the patient in moving forward through the continuum of care toward a more active life.
- The center is conveniently located on the first floor of the professional building near the front entrance to Community Hospital North in Indianapolis. A second location is open on the south side in Greenwood.
For additional information about the Community Spine Center, please call 317-621-9292.
Recognition for superior care
Note: The NCQA Back Pain Recognition Program was retired in August 2012.
The National Committee for Quality Assurance’s (NCQA) Back Pain Recognition Program (BPRP) recognized physicians and chiropractors who deliver superior care to millions of Americans who suffer from low back pain. The program was designed with an understanding that patients may seek the care of various types of practitioners—primary care, spine specialists, chiropractors—for treatment of an episode of back pain. Both of the physicians at Community Spine Center, Brian Foley, M.D., and Jason Sorg, M.D., were recognized until the program retired in 2012.